Nashvillians are loud and proud when it comes to their love of the Predators -- so much so that an official from Guinness World Records is literally monitoring the situation.
According to BarDown:
The current record is 130.4 dba, and was achieved by the Kansas Jayhawks during a home game against West Virginia on February 13, 2017. Nashville fans already came close after Filip Forsberg tied game 3 in the final minute.
Bridgestone DB level hit 129.4 tonight. The world record is 130— The7thPredator (@The7thPred) May 19, 2017
Let me just say, my family has had Preds season tickets for about 11 years &I've never heard it get as loud as I have this playoff season 🙌🏼— Cassidy Owens (@cassidyowens85) May 17, 2017
Let the 🎩🎩🎩 fly!!! pic.twitter.com/9BINtGIhKq— NHL on NBC (@NHLonNBCSports) May 23, 2017
The first Cup final in franchise history will bring Games 3 and 4 to Bridgestone on June 3 and 5. The Preds will play against the winner of the Eastern Conference finals (either the Penguins or the Senators, we don't know just yet).
Do you think Preds fans will break the record during the Stanley Cup Finals?
Preds fans have been fantastic all playoffs long. Can only imagine how loud Bridgestone Arena is gonna be in the Stanley Cup— Joel Forman (@joelthesakic) May 23, 2017
Watching a replay of the game on TV. Those fans are so dang loud it would drive me nuts if it wasn't Preds fans and I was one of them.— Rize Phenix (@RizePhenix) May 23, 2017
Fuck you if you have anything bad to say about the atmosphere at these Preds games. I'd kill for the ACC to be half as loud as this.— wolk as fuck (@DUI_Haver) May 23, 2017
Predators got me out here cheering out loud in my house like I’m a fan— Robby (@Robby322) May 23, 2017
Pekka Rinne: "It would be huge for our organization. You see how great our fans are and how hungry they are [for the West Final]." #Preds— Thomas Willis (@TomAWillis) May 3, 2017